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Entries tagged with “Human Behavior”

Beyond the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

About fifteen years ago, Robert E. Thayer, Ph.D., a professor of psychology at California State University Long Beach and author of the recent book The Origin of Everyday Moods (Ox…

Cooperative Evolution: Why the Human Species Will Finally Grow Up

At the age of 43, Elisabet Sahtouris, an evolution biologist with a doctorate in brain science, quit her job at PBS, sold her car, house, and stuff, and moved to a tiny island in t…

Do Feelings Look the Same in Every Human Face?

A new study sparks scientific debate about emotional expression—and raises questions about what we all have in common.

Fewer Books, More Music Means Rising Depression in Teens

Can reading more books prevent depression in young people? A University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine study suggests just that.Adolescents who spend more time reading are much l…

Spiritual Leadership

Consider two recent images: One image is of our president, tautly engaged and oddly displaced, as he watches half a world away while his orders to kill Osama Bin Laden are carried …

The 3 Ways People Manage Emotions

Strategies tend to fall within set groupings. Which one do you use?

The Joy of Thanks

Shifting into gratitude not only feels great, research shows that it is powerfully healing.

The Ultimate Health Practice

Why is the smartest, most adaptable creature on the planet hardwired to stop talking, lose its sense of self, and feel at one with the world — in a profound state of listening?The …

Tuning In to Your Turn-Ons

Appreciating the sexual feelings in our everyday lives

Vengeance 101

Throughout history, we’ve had an insatiable fascination with stories of vengeance. From the earliest Greek tragedies, to the Bible, to Shakespeare, to recent movies like Atonement,…

We’re Hardwired For Laziness—And How to Make that Work for You

Our brains will trick us into seeing the easy way out.

Why Relationships Are So Difficult

On any given day, 1.6 million of us are blogging, 27 million are tweeting, and 1.5 billion are posting on Facebook. We’re emailing during meetings, texting during lectures, and tal…

Why We Surprise Ourselves Doing Grand or Stupid Things

Over the last decade a number of studies and books have likened willpower to a single muscle. According to this model, all of our choices and temptations are tugging on the same “m…

Willpower

Rediscovering the Greatest Human StrengthBy Roy F. Baumeister and John TierneyWillpower, once touted as a real human asset, has received a rather bad rap of late. In popular Wester…

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